The RedPort Halo WiFi Extender takes a weak wifi signal at a location like a marina, truckstop, camp, etc. and boosts it in order to repeat it back directly to you for up to 7 miles away.
Share available GPS data and other NMEA compatible information across your WiFi network easily.
The RedPort Halo system works with RedPort XGate and other leading data acceleration apps. Access email 20 times faster and browse the web 3-5 times faster on average than uncompressed usage. Works over any standard Internet connection.
Share your remote connection with all the wifi capable devices near you - on your boat, truck, or building - up to 50 meters away with multi-user support.
Seamlessly works with all current satellite phones/terminals and select GSM based USB modems.
The RedPort Halo System includes:
Halo works in-between the remote wifi router and your devices (smartphones, tablets, and laptops) by using a high-powered antenna (9dBi) and single band (2.4GHz) wifi extender to pull in the signal from the remote router and then rebroadcast it using the included Optimizer router hotspot. You can connect to Halo’s included Optimizer over wifi or directly by Ethernet. There’s even a Halo Wi-Fi App for iOS and Android devices that lets you quickly and easily control Halo.
Halo will help you get the most out of any remote connection – but those connections may vary. While it cannot make your Internet connection speeds faster, it will give you greater connectivity than you could get without Halo.
If the Internet connection coming into the router that you’re connecting to is 10MBps, for example, you will never get faster than 10MBps no matter what you do.
Halo is powered using the included 120-200V AC Adapter through the included Y-Cable. The Y-cable delivers power to the both the Optimizer and Wi-Fi Extender through a single source. Optionally, a 12v DC car charger may be used. Hardwiring Halo voids your manufacturer protection plan.
To get the best performance out of Halo:
The Halo Long Range Marine and RV WiFi Extender System includes: